The Pocket Eye Exam is a mobile tool for neuro-ophthalmologists, neurologists, optometrists, medical school students and residents, and anyone interested in brain-eye interaction. Developed and tested by Biomedical Engineering undergraduates and Neurologists at the University of Virginia, this application includes an OKN strip, pupil chart, Snellen (Visual Acuity) chart, red desaturation test, and Ishihara plates, as well as extensive educational material for these tests, the ophthalmoscope and the Maddox Rod.
The app has been updated to be minimally compatible with iOS 11.
Ratings and Reviews
Could really be great!
The educational component is good.
The snelling chart should have the opportunity to randomize letters so they cannot be memorized, and it should be possible to view it from varying distances.
The Ishahara color vision test should allow choice among multiple options of what is seen and wait until the end to tabulate at least a tentative specific type of color vision abnormality.
The optokinetic test is a nice to have, as is the press-to-illuminate flashlight button- it could be used for morse coding as well!
It would be a wonderful App if the above improvements!
More than handy from a medical perspective and fun to share with fiends!!!
First of it's kind!
Very user-friendly and easy to navigate! Never seen an app like it!
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.